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Janet Airlines may be a familiar airline to some, but most, won't of ever heard of them. Janet Airlines is America's secret airline used frequently by the US military as a way to connect the country's defense department employees with their research division and weapon ranges and general Special Access Facilities such as Area 51.

The first flight by Janet Airlines took off in 1972 from Harry Reid International Airport, bound for Area 51 to carry out top-secret enquiries. The airline has been running ever since but the number of flights carried out per year is unknown.

The name Janet is said to stand for two different things, 'Just Another Non-Existent Terminal' and 'Joint Air Network for Employee Transportation'.

Baggage Policy

Janet Airlines' baggage information is not public information due to the nature of the airline.

Carry-on Baggage

As Janet Airlines is a highly classified airline with no general public operations, baggage policies do not apply.

Checked Baggage

As Janet Airlines is a highly classified airline with no general public operations, baggage policies do not apply.

Cabin Classes

Janet Airline operates flights with very few personnel, on narrow-body aircraft such as Boeing 737-600's and Boeing 737-200's. Due to the size of the aircraft, there's only 1 cabin class onboard a Janet Airline flight - the cabin class is not named. 


Janet Airlines predominantly fly out of Harry Reid International Airport in Las Vegas, Nevada. The airline has its own dedicated terminal and parking area to keep private matters highly secretive and avoid members of the public from overhearing information that is prohibited to them. 

Check-in may either be completed online prior to their flight or alternatively, once they've arrived at the airport.

In-Flight Entertainment & Wi-Fi

Due to the nature of Janet Airlines, and the lack of information surrounding the high-security airline, it's unknown whether any in-flight entertainment is onboard its flights. There is likely some form of entertainment onboard for passengers to keep busy during their journey such as an in-flight magazine or back-of-the-seat tv screens. 


It can be assumed that there is wifi onboard a Janet Airline flight.

Food & Drink

It's unknown whether any food or drink is available to be purchased onboard a Janet Airlines flight. Limited options may be available to them depending on the size of the aircraft used to carry personnel. 

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Destinations that Janet Airlines flies to

Janet Airlines flies to destinations throughout the US, however, these are mostly to military bases and high-security areas.

Alternatives to Janet Airlines

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Hub Airport

Harry Reid International Airport (LAS)

The Harry Reid Airport was erected in 1942, with the first flights leaving the tarmac in 1948. The airport is complete with 4 runways and 2 passenger terminals, as well as the private terminal specifically for Janet Airlines. Located in Paradise, Nevada, it's Las Vegas' main airport serving destinations all around the world.

The Harry Reid International Airport, previously named McCarran Field Airport, is the hub airport for Allegiant Air, Frontier, Southwest and Spirit Airlines


The Janet Airline fleet currently consists of Boeing aircraft and Beechcraft turboprops. The Beechcraft got brought in when the 737-600s would draw too much attention to the airline, either through noise or size. The aircraft are painted white with a red cheatline running across the side, a design that is quite discreet. The Janet Airlines fleet is in fact registered to the US Department of the Air Force.

The 737-600 aircraft that were no longer in use were acquired by both Air China and the now ceased China Southwest Airlines.